Naya Rivera's final television on-screen appearance has aired.

The former Glee star was a guest judge on Season 3 of Sugar Rush, a competitive baking show. Rivera's season was filmed in Los Angeles back in February, right before the production and filming of shows shut down due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

After Rivera’s passing, Netflix consulted the actress's manager, Gladys Gonzalez, to figure out what to do with the footage. Deadline reported that Gonzalez was working closely with the actress’ family, who came to the decision to release her episode.

The Sugar Rush episode is dedicated to Rivera. Prior to the opening credits, a note and dedication appear on the screen.

Sugar Rush is now available to stream on Netflix.

Rivera was laid to rest in a private funeral on July 24 at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles. Her death certificate confirmed that her official cause of death was accidental "drowning." The coroner's office confirmed that there were no other conditions that contributed to her death.